Photographer Storm Thorgerson recalled, "Another piece of rare Floydiana, this stark image was a poster designed to promote the Pink Floyd exhibition, Interstellar, at the Paris Cité De La Musique in October 2003. I wasn’t sure how effective this idea was and so I designed two posters in a bout of doubt, as it were, the second of which - also called Interstellar surprisingly - was a sculpture of two perfect mirror balls finely balanced one of on top of the other. The first, the bridge, was intended as a laconic comment on a band coming to the end of their illustrious career, as represented by a couple coming to literally the end of the road, the end of the relationship. It was of course this road business that was difficult to find but was finally located as part of an incomplete motorway junction just outside Madrid, Spain - at least we knew the light would be good. Apart from the very graphic nature of this image what also appealed to me was the idea of blatant nudity which would require a magnifying glass to detect. And who would bother, would you?"
This is a limited edition of 20 prints. Both signed and non-signed versions are available. Non-signed prints come complete with a certified 'Storm Thorgerson Estate' stamp."
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At Rockarchive we carefully select the best print-type to optimise each individual photograph. We have chosen to print this image as a giclée fine art print produced in our London studio.
A giclée print is the most popular way of producing great quality collectable prints in the digital age. It is produced is by scanning an original negative. The image is then outputed onto the chosen paper using specialist inks to make a beautiful archival print.
This giclée print will be produced on archival 310gsm cotton based rag paper. Photo Rag paper is the most popular choices amongst professional printers as it produces high quality fine art prints with excellent clarity and depth.
Our prints are available in a variety of sizes. Please see below for specific measurements for the 'A series' of paper sizes.
A3 (11.7" x 16.5" inches) (29.7 cm x 42.0 cm)
A2 (16.5" x 23.4" inches) (42.0 cm x 59.4 cm)
A1 (23.4" x 33.1" inches) (59.4 cm x 84.1 cm)
A0 (33.1" x 46.8" inches) (84.1 cm x 118.9 cm)
Please note all our sizes refer to the paper size of the print produced not the image size
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